Cooperative Learning

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Kagan Cooperative Learning, 1994 - Education - 392 pages
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Theory of structures as content-free building blocks of lessons, and activities as structure/content combinations. Book's chapters contain structures with common objectives, such as teambuilding and thinking skills, followed by lesson designs. Aim is to provide students with interpersonal skills, as preparation to act adaptively in the workplace.

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2. A three-step interview is defined as a cooperative learning technique which enables and motivates members of the group to acquire certain concept deeply by students' role. It is an adaptable process in the classroom. The aim of this technique is to gather students in a conversation for analysis purpose and new information synthesis.  


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